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Emily Whitehead to young cancer patients: ‘Never give up and always keep believing in yourself’
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Emily Whitehead was six years old in 2012 when she became the first pediatric recipient of experimental gene therapy for cancer. She joined The Washington Post on stage with her father, Tom Whitehead, who started The Emily Whitehead Foundation.
Emily Whitehead was six years old in 2012 when she became the first pediatric recipient of experimental gene therapy for cancer. She joined The Washington Post on stage with her father, Tom Whitehead, who started The Emily Whitehead Foundation.
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